With Sarah Greene and Will Hanrahan.
Today: learningto relax, with Jeni Barnett , Good Morning's pundits go on holiday in Experts Exported, cookery with Ainsley Harriott and the latest summerfashions with Ollie Picton-Jones .
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Fantasy-comedy series. Young Gribble tries to prevent Pete from playing Dracula in the school play, by locking him in a lavatory block inhabited by a failed ghost.
Cheryl Bakerflies to Longleat forthe launch of a million-and-a-half balloons,
Kriss Akabusi tries a wing-top baton pass at 2,000 feet. and Elton John ,
Lisa Stansfield , Kate Bush and a host of other stars singthe praises of Larry Adler.
More entertainment from the topical magazine show that takes a quirky look at some of the week's events.
Tonight's edition features non-stop action in the studio with Dale Winton and reports from around the country from Daley Thompson and Liza Tarbuck. Executive producers Charlie Parsonsand Sebastian Scott : Editor Fiona Cotter Craig
* See This Week: page 9
The remarkable story of Roger Fenn , the first Briton to undergo a revolutionary bionic operation, continues this week. Paralysed 14 years ago, Roger undergoes an operation designed to allow him to control his muscles again.
He then attempts to grip hisfingers forthe first time in over a decade.
Also this week, are the genetically-engineered, high-octane supersalmon from Canada a fish farmer's dream or an environmental nightmare?
And a look at an innovative power station that could solve Britain's waste disposal problems forever.
Presented by Howard Stableford , with Shahnaz Pakravan ,
Vivienne Parry , Monty Don , Richard Mabey and Rebecca Stephens.
Producer Simon Singh ; Editor Edward Briffa
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The series which takes a behind-the-scenes look at how wildlife is filmed.
Tonight, how the challenge of filming animals at night is met by using the latest low-light video cameras, infra-red lighting or brilliantly constructed sets that allow animals active at night to adapt to life in the light. Presented by Simon King.
More reconstructions of real-life rescue stories from last year's series, including the three-year-old boy who dialled when his diabetic mother went into a coma. Presented by Michael Buerk. See today's choices.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer
Second World War action adventure that continues the short season of films starring
Clint Eastwood also starring Telly Savalas Donald Sutherland
When a German officer carrying some gold bars falls into the hands of a degenerate US platoon, the resourceful Kelly and his belligerent sergeant Big Joe gathera rag-bag team of men to "liberate" the remaining ingots worth millions from a bank behind enemy lines. But Kelly's men do not find the mission easy.
Director Brian G Hutton (1970)
Play Misty for Me will be shown next Tuesday * FILM REVIEWS pages 63-68
Mariette Hartley California is again terrorised by the evil vampire Count Yorga, indulging his lust forthe blood of beautiful women.
A sequel to Count Yorga, Vampire.
Director Bob Kelljan ( 1971) # FILM REVIEWS pages 63-68
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